Front terrace
Guide price £335,000

Trenhaile TerraceMalpas, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 1SL

    Key features

    • Expansive river views
    • Moments from the water
    • Three bedrooms
    • Large south facing front terrace
    • Characterful
    • On street parking
    • Extensive rear garden also with river views

    An attractive terraced cottage in a highly desirable riverside village, enjoying water and countryside views.

    About this property

    • The property is a delightful terraced character cottage, situated in the highly desirable riverside village of Malpas moments from the water front with uninterrupted views. The property has many charming features including exposed beams and a log burning stove. The property benefits from a centrally elevated position giving superb river views, perfect for someone looking for a picturesque cottage. On the ground floor the property comprises a kitchen, living room and various storage spaces. The 1st floor is well-proportioned, with one double bedroom, two single bedrooms and bathroom. The property has a mature and unexpectedly large extended garden to the rear. The garden is elevated above the property, giving expansive views across the river and countryside.


      To the front of the property there is a large terrace area with south facing views across the river, a perfect space for alfresco dining on sunny winter mornings to warm summer evenings. The terrace is in an elevated position to the front and the perimeter of this terrace is surrounded by mature hedging, which has created a good sense of privacy. The property has a surprisingly long garden to the rear, also in an elevated position. This area creates a lot of possibilities for further additions such as a garden room or a terraced area to admire the great views over the river.


      Mains water, drainage, and electricity, Broadband - Superfast fibre is available in the postcode

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A charming cottage with expansive river and countryside views.

    George HillProperty agent

    Local information

    • The village has a highly regarded public house, the Heron Inn, a boatyard and a bus service to Truro city centre, just two miles away. There are moorings in the river and the area is favoured by walkers, SUP, kayakers, runners and sailors. Vessels can be launched from the public slipway within 100m of the cottage. In Summer there are popular boat trips at all stages of the tide from Malpas to The National Trust's Trelissick Garden, Falmouth and onto St Mawes.
    • The countryside here is lush and unspoiled: small wonder that the surroundings are designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with the river a Special Area of Conservation, the banks a Site of Special Scientific Interest and the river and woodland an Area of Great Scientific Value, all offering protection against further development. The locality is both tranquil and peaceful; often the only sounds are calls from wading birds or from the protected heronry.

    Additional information

    • There are delightful walks from the village, extending to Truro in one direction (passing the-Heron Inn) or to St Clement in the other direction (passing the boat yard). The Truro River leads into the Carrick Roads and waters of the Fal estuary, which provide excellent sailing and other water sports.
    • Nearby Truro is a small cathedral city and contains national multiple retailers, local specialist shops and a choice of private and public sector schooling; golf courses will be found at Treliske or Killiow. A mainline railway station connects with Paddington while Cornwall Airport near Newquay provides four daily return flights to London Heathrow and regular scheduled flights to many other UK and European destinations.
    • Directions: Boscawen Park & Tennis Courts - 1; Truro - 2; Falmouth - 12; Mylor Yacht Harbour - 12; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) - 21 (all distances are approximate and in miles)
    • EPC Rating = E